My Mother’s Calloused Hands


My mother’s calloused hands were like crackling mountains,
Angry and uncoordinated, as if to teach the shallow lies.
And when the sun rose through the window on a quiet morning,
It set the room on fire, blazing orange on the wall
And spitting out ashes until the inside of the house was a desert.

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